Sirene is an international award-winning publication, tailored for those people who feel close to the sea even when they are far away from it. Large recycled paper pages, rough and porous as only saltwater stains can be, large white spaces, pure as a sea horizon, and page-turner stories that will put you on the same wave-length with a surging community looking at the oceans as the intersection of the planet’s destinies. Its paper is made from algae, to make use of excess algal blooms from lagoons at risk. For every half kilo of fresh algae, a kilo of wood is saved.
This autumn issue of 2020 features: Blue Humanities. The Ocean of Square Sails. Under the Sign of Alicudi. Bryan Di Salvatore. Nineteen Ways of Looking at a Wave. The Sea on Foot. Folegandros. The White Ships. San Blas Archipelago: the Water Lands of the Guna.
SIRENE N°11, Autumn 2020, English edition 💙
Photos by Anna Iltnere / Sea Library